Victims worry more about stolen personal financial information than losing $500
By NACS Online
More than 60 Michigan residents are out $500 each after using an ATM located in front of a Credit Union One Bank in St. Clair Shores, according to FOX News.
Investigators believe that someone placed a device on the ATM that gave them access to the users’ personal information and allowed them to remove $500 from each user’s account when using the ATM. Security camera footage recorded at the ATM one night in June shows a man covering up the camera, and officials believe he is the guilty party.
The $500 thefts occurred on July 13th. While victims have been reimbursed, they remain concerned about the personal information that the thief probably took along with the money.